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Stocks: Is It Time To Turn Up the Volume?

Stocks: Is It Time To Turn Up the Volume?

As we wind down the dog days of summer, the usual complaints are heard daily about markets:  volatility is low, the markets don't move, volume is pathetic, the action is too thin to trade.  Well, I can certainly understand the concern, and with a VIX settling in just under 14% for nearly two months, that is indicative of a sleepy market.  We are trained to believe the markets are vulnerable...

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Mercury Retrograde: Why This One Will Be Good For Trading

Mercury Retrograde: Why This One Will Be Good For Trading

  We are at this point again: The last Mercury retrograde of the year is making its appearance fully at the end of August. Right now we are in the so called shadow period when things slow down, as the energy of Mercury intensifies noticeably. Much feared and misunderstood for its so called communication issues, Mercury retrograde offers massive learning opportunities. As if that weren’t good...

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Elevate Your Trading: 5 Tips on Trading Losses

Elevate Your Trading: 5 Tips on Trading Losses

“I avoid trading losses at all costs; I hate losses!" "Trading losses are just awful!  I can’t stand them." "When I have a trading loss, it just shows I'm not a good trader, husband, father, provider, … or person!" How many of us have such thoughts about trading losses? Most, I would imagine, though we never talk about them. We may not even acknowledge them, but they are important. Such...

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Is It Time to Buy This Major Drug Manufacturer?

Is It Time to Buy This Major Drug Manufacturer?

A couple of weeks ago, I revealed an opportunity to pick up one of the world’s largest drug manufacturers Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY) due to a recent 20% stock price plunge from a failed final stage lung cancer treatment trial. The time to accumulate BMY stock is finally getting close as volume seems to remain high and a valid support level of $58 seems to be where other value investors are...

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Surprising News From The Dow Chart

Surprising News From The Dow Chart

Do not let yourself be tainted with a barren skepticism.Louis Pasteur The market has resisted all attempts to correct. We know why it is not crashing; this has to do with mass psychology, but what’s preventing it from letting out a significant dose of steam.  The table below might hold the answer.   We looked at all 30 components of the Dow monthly timelines utilising our indicators, and the...

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Chart Of The Week: Starbucks Is Starting to Heat Up

Chart Of The Week: Starbucks Is Starting to Heat Up

Starbucks has been on the decline since peaking in early April, and while the chart seems to portray a vicious downtrend it is only down about 10% from those highs.  Certainly not a performance to be proud over, but now it appears the stock may have found support at 55 and is ready to rise up again.  There is a higher low on the chart from the June low, a good start.  Monday's action was...

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Halyard Health: A Long and Short-Term Play

Halyard Health: A Long and Short-Term Play

 Hello Traders from around the Planet. How are you?! I hope you are doing marvelous. I’ve got another stock review for you. I was talking with my good buddy Aubrey this weekend in New Orleans and this is a stock that came up.  He was approaching it more from a fundamental side. Now, it’s my turn with the technicals. It’s IPO was only just a couple of years ago, back in late 2014. It had a...

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Stocks: Fasten Your Seatbelts

Stocks: Fasten Your Seatbelts

     Last week we asked the question ‘Is the Dow headed into the final top at point 23 - or is it engaged in the typical 3-5 wave correction seen most of the time at this point in the pattern?’ With last Monday’s new high in the Dow it seems safe to assume that the 3-5 wave correction found between points 21 and 23 in every Three Peaks/Domed House pattern since 1901 (save 4 instances) has...

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Buying a Breakout, Selling Breakdowns

Buying a Breakout, Selling Breakdowns

When a stock makes a big breakout or breakdown on some very heavy turnover, it catches the market's attention.  We often feel regret and that we are late to the party, and that if we decide to jump on board then the stock will reverse course.  That is the psychological negative of not understanding momentum, for it is at these moments that the best opportunity for gain often lie ahead....

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Markets Look Forward, Not Backwards

Markets Look Forward, Not Backwards

As the second quarter earnings season starts drawing to a close, we can look back and see quite a bit of relief from market watchers.  Certainly expectations were as low as they could have been, the bar set so low that it wasn't much effort to exceed the analyst possibilities.  But what we have seen here is guidance from companies - which seems to be better than many could have expected....

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For Phase I of Markets re-design, we are introducing simple OHLC bar charts with a volume histogram.

To adjust the period and scale of the chart, use the "slider" bar which appears underneath the Volume histogram frame. If the slider frame is not appearing, you may need to adjust the 'Zoom' view of your internet browser or adjust your screen resolution to a lower resolution.

By dragging the start and end arrows of the slider bar to the left and right, you can easily adjust the date range.

Features planned for Phase II will include a selection of chart types and a technical indicator library with the ability to define a custom date range for the chart data.